Balanced reporting requires impartially revealing injustices where they occur no less than fairly presenting the views of each party in a conflict.

I understand "Balanced...injustices" and "fairly...conflict" parts separately, but I do not understand what the sentence means as a whole because of the bold part (where...than). Can someone explain it?


This simply means that for a balanced reporting, two things are equally important:

  1. "impartially revealing injustices where they occur"
  2. "fairly presenting the views of each party in a conflict".
  • Does the first sentence mean "In the places where injustices occur, balanced reporting should impartially reveal injustices"?
    – user198952
    Feb 23 '17 at 8:20
  • @user198952 Spot on.
    – CinCout
    Feb 23 '17 at 8:21

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